Category Archives: OnlineLearning

When the scaffolding shifts under your feet

Scaffolding has been one of my favourite metaphors for teaching and learning since I learnt of Vygotsky during my psychology of child development course in second year undergrad. Today, I briefly opened twitter to see this provocative statement: Scaffolding is "colonial, patriarchal, and disempowering" https://t.co/pWoYSQ4CQ9 #moocmooc — Sean Michael Morris (@slamteacher) January 25, 2016 I… Read More »

Diversities in Acting Training

Tales of the Collaborative Journey… With help from a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities I was able to dedicate a large portion of my summer working on this super cool project, led by Dr. David Fancy from Brock University’s Dramatic Arts department and logistically managed by my Centre for Pedagogical… Read More »

#thoughtvectors selfie

This is my best #thoughtvector selfie. I’m trying not to overthink it. Just geting a post up so I can test the feed. I can always edit this later. Don’t be afraid, they say. I think if @scottlo can get over it, so can I. My cat liked this selfie activity so much, she wanted… Read More »

Domain of One’s Own [visualized]

This is my contribution to the call for posters to represent the incredible Domain of One’s Own intitiative. cc licensed ( BY NC SA ) flickr photo shared by Giulia Forsythe I had a lot of visual notes from talks that I wanted to combine into one large visualization as a sort of homage to… Read More »